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This is some sick #$#$...is it 1955 again?Fox says it has three more stories coming from black students at Ole Miss in the next few days and all are bad.
meh, don't care
I can't believe Mississipi has more racist stuff coming out....shocking. In other news, I can't figure out why any athlete would go to any of these places to play sports.
Earlier this month at Deadspin, I named the five most racist cities in America, but since Im a privileged white asshole, my list was decidedly lacking. Residents of Philly, in particular, were quick to complain about their omission from the list. They desperately wanted it known that they are among the most racist shitholes and America, and I feel terrible for not obliging them.
I can sense Nebraska will lose some recruits as well.
Ohio State is certainly gonna affect any good Asian football players or students decision on going there.
A website that calls attention to racist tweets from Ohio State University students caused a stir on social media yesterday as those on campus took notice of the effort to combat racism. The site, osuhaters.tumblr.com, posts tweets from OSU students to “demonstrate the consequences of racism in today’s global society,” according to a tweet from the @ OSU_Haters Twitter account.
What this Hack doesn’t get, is that this does not necessarily reflect on Ole Miss. It reflects on the State of Mississippi and the South in general poorly. So when you try to flame us, you burn yourself. There were issues all over the country that night. There will CONTINUE to be issues all over.
This post was edited by SameoleReb 17 months ago
Anyone with common sense should know that this should reflect on the individuals involved in the racism rather than the other millions around them that aren't.
Miss is the most conservative state in the US, it is also the poorest state in the US, a coincidence i think not...
While I agree for the most part, when there starts to be an obvious pattern of behavior in a given area, it merits a bit of deeper thought than just dismissing the incidents as individuals with individual agendas.
Racism happens all over the country. I attend Iowa and one of my close friends was the target of racial attacks last year (not to the same extent, but they happened). The kid who did them no longer attends Iowa. Maybe Ole' Miss doesn't do enough to cut down on racism? Its clearly a bigger problem in the south than it is here. I guess I don't know how they do things so I don't wanna jump to assumptions.
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
I want to see these chicken shi@ white trash do this to Terell suggs or patrick willis? see how tough they are?
This really des amaze me....how is this still an accepted attitude this day and age? These are college age kids that should be better
The poorest people in MS are democrats.....
This is NOT true. There are more poor people than Rich people in the state, yet it’s the most conservative? Tell me how that makes sense? Minorities may be Dems (even though proportionally smaller % than American as a whole), but poor whites are still very conservative. You people just talk out of your ass about things you know nothing about.
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